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Published on February 18th, 2013 | by Brian Moreno0
This Week In The News
Here is a little something to start your week. – Have a great Presidents Day! ..but let us be real, only about half did good job, you can probably only name a third of them, but God Damn we love America!
News starting Feb 14th
Rapper Jim Jones was arrested Wednesday in New Jersey. According to police, Jones confronted an officer who was responding to a complaint about an illegally parked car in front of Jim’s home. The officer ran Jim’s name through the system and noticed a warrant, for failure to remove snow from his sidewalk, was out for the rapper’s arrest … a crime in NJ- The NJ police assured me this was the first time a rapper went to jail and actually lost street credit.
…Also once Jim Jones was released from jail he dropped a new single on his web site titled, “Bitch, I ain’t shoveling!”
Kris Humphries’ lawyer, Marshall Waller, has quit. Humphries’ ex-lawyer thinks Kris is abusing the legal system by fighting for an annulment from Kim Kardashian. Attorney Marshall Waller made it clear to his client … there are NO legal grounds for annulling his marriage to Kim, because there’s absolutely NO evidence of fraud. In legal terms, this is like holding up your divorce with Chris Angel because you saw his act and found out he is a bad magician.
NASA scientist have said that the 55 ft wide meteor that streaked across the skies over Russia on Friday exploded with a force 30 times greater than the Hiroshima bomb…Making this the biggest hit in Russia since Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, perhaps best known for the Polovtsian Dances from his opera Prince Igor.
Warren Buffett and a Brazilian financier are teaming up to buy ketchup maker H.J. Heinz Co for $23.2 billion or $72.50 per share, creating the most interesting ketchup story since that web site, “Two girls One Ketchup Bottle”
A Gallup political poll has revealed that 10 percent of the U.S. capital personally identifies as LGBT. This means Washington DC has the highest rate of openly gay residents in the U.S.; unfortunately Gallup was only able to question members of Congress and the Senate who are currently married.